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Scholarships and Bursaries

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 21 November, 2017, 5:04pm
UPDATED : Tuesday, 21 November, 2017, 5:04pm

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Scholarships and Bursaries are now open for application!

Malvern intends to pay great attention to educating the whole person including but going beyond academic success.  This is really what Malvern is all about - academic excellence plus opportunities to develop the child in whatever area they demonstrate talent.  In this way, our aim is to ensure that potential is fulfilled wherever it is found; this is particularly important since success in any one sphere is likely to lead to confidence and success in other spheres.

Celebrate Excellence

Celebrating excellence lies at the heart of a Malvern education.  Whether this means celebrating academic achievement or success on the sports’ field, on the stage or in the art studio, it is our emphasis on educating the whole person which is what Malvern is all about.  For this reason, we are keen to offer various academic, music, sport, art – and from 2019s other scholarships, including drama.  We believe recognising talent wherever that might be is an essential component of a successful education.  The maximum level of award will be 100% tuition fee remission.

Application Deadline:                       8th December 2017*
Assessment and Interviews:           December 2017 & January 2018
Result Announcement:                    February 2018

*Late application will be considered on merit.

Promote Diversity
MCHK is seeking to build an internationally diverse pupil population and we see this as a key focus of our mission.  We aim to build a vibrant and diverse learning community, cultivating in each young person an openness to cultural diversity and a keenness to learn from alternative world-views and identities.  To this end we are offering a number of scholarships where a pupil can demonstrate what they could offer to enhance Malvern’s international dimension.  The level of award will be ranging from 25% - 50% tuition fee remission.

Bursaries are also available to families in need of additional financial support, including non-local (international/expatriate) families who are not receiving any educational allowance from their employers.  Our intention is to support such families that will align themselves with the ethos and philosophy of a Malvern education.

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